Sunday, May 23, 2010

Little Adventures

I have been lazy in photographing my paintings lately. But I haven't been too lazy doing photography. So, here are some of my latest fun photos. They are through the viewfinder of my Kodak Duaflex II. I ran a roll of film through it, but have yet to get it developed. So, in the meantime, I've been taking photos through its viewfinder, as well as the viewfinders of my two other TLR cameras. The following photos are all from the Duaflex II, though.

1. Indian Paintbrush atop Black Rock Mountain.

2. Pines near the summit of Black Rock Mountain.

3. Jaw bone on windowsill. Discovered while walking around Eureka, Utah.

4. Ancient mining machinary in Eureka, Utah.

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